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April 19, 2015

Canadian Excellence


Our Centre provides supports to students, faculty and community partners to create rich learning experiences and to build a stronger community. Find out more about Community Service-Learning (CSL) and our Centre through this brief video clip.

Volunteer In The Community

Check-out the Laurier Volunteer Portal for great volunteer opportunities available to students, staff, faculty, retirees and alumni!

Faculty of Arts Community Engagement Option

The Faculty of Arts (Waterloo Campus) offers 2 exciting options with community components: The Community Engagement Option (click here) and the Social Entrepreneurship Option (click here).

CSL Courses

CSL Placements are now finishing for the Winter 2015 semester. If you have any questions about CSL, please contact a CSL Coordinator. Spring/Summer CSL courses on the Waterloo campus include MU353: Inclusive Arts for Children, SY216: Sociology of Aging, BU492: Marketing and Society, PS379: Psychology of Exceptional Children, Youth and Adults, and TH530C: Spirit and Community. To see courses being offered this Fall and Winter semesters, click here.


Information for students.

If you are in a CSL course, sign in here.


Information for organizations.

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Information for faculty.

If you are a faculty with a CSL course, sign in here.

Laurier CSL is now on Facebook and Twitter!

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Please Like and Followus to get CSL updates and to connect with the local community!

Partner Voices

Thanks to Prof. Roger Sarty for this perspective on teaching a CSL course! "From the Classroom to the Front Lines: Reflections on Teaching Public History"

"I just want to say that I think CSL is one of my favourite parts of Laurier. Thank you so much for providing such a meaningful experience for us!!" ~ CSL Student

"We love this program!" ~ Linda Brooks, Essential Skills Upgrading, WRDSB

The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) found that direct connections with community organizations creates better experiential education outcomes. For more info on this study, click here.